The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 27, 1956 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 27, 1956
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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27,19M BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGEFTVB Dulles, Democrats in New Tiff; Statement Is Blamed By JAMES MARLOW Associated Press News Analyst WASHINGTON (AP) — It may be Secretary of State Dulles talks so much that when the Democrats get mad at what he says they forget he said it before and, between times, perhaps just the opposite. That the Democrats are getting* —— • : —" very vocal in an election year may be only coincidence. But Dulles ^.pretty vocal himself. He has not 'only traveled more than any secretary of state in history but may hold the record for speeches and statements too. • He set the Democrats off over the weekend by his testimony before Hie Senate Foreign Relations Committee Friday when he said Russia's policy of "intolerance and violence" had failed because of free world "firmness" over the past few years. Made Before He nad made the • same statements a number of times before without this reaction from the Democrats. He might have added, but didn't, that the policy of firmness had been laid down by the Democrats under President Truman. Yet, Dulles last December seemed to say the exact-opposite when' he declared the Russians' zigzag policy had ended and they were opening .dangerous new cold war fronts in Asia and the Middle East. \Vhy were they doing it? In December Dulles said it might be they were more confident because they were stronger. Friday he said they were in a "verj bad way" although he. acknowledged they were making great progress in heavy industry and in war Indus tries. In December he suggested there was a rebirth of Stalinism in Bus- aia. On Friday he said the ne\\ Russian leaders had to ditch Stalinism. In December he said Russia's new, tactics "do not mark a change of. 'pur pose," meaning world communism. Added Something He said the same thing Friday But then he- added something which threw the Democrats into a tizzy. He said the Russians are changing their tactics because thej realize "they must bring their sys tern closer 'to ours rather than the other way around." If this sounds rather optimistic, it is not unusual for Dulles, whose optimism sometimes has been badly .upset by later events. Not longer after President Eisenhower's summit conference with the Russians in Oeneva last July Dulles said a "new spirit does, indeed, prevail" and he expressed belief the cold war might be ending and the Russians might let Germany be unified. Then he went back to Geneva in the fall for the .fo/eign ministers' conference. When not even a baby step was taken toward German unification, Dulles said the cold war was on. Sen. Fulbright (D-ArlO asked Dulles Friday if he didn't think the Russians ''seem to be making progress, especially In the Middle East?" Dulles said he didn't think so,, that they had made very little progress in the past few years. But on Jan. 11 Dulles, with Eisenhower's approval, issued a statement calling on America to "wake up" to "all the Implication" of Russia's changed tactics. • NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that Malcolm Jolley has filed an.applica- tion with the City Engineer for a Permit to establish a House-Trailer Court for three (3) house-trailers on the rear of Lots 6 and 7, of the Jolley Addition to the City of Blytheville, Arkansas. Any objection to the establishment of this house-trailer Court should be made in writing and filed with the City RADIATOR WORK • Boiled Out • Repaired • Flo Tested • Re-cored All WORK GUARANTEED GROVER'S RADIATOR WORKS 508 Cl. Lake Are. Master Mix Feed Seven Drown n Potomac Boat Mishap LA PLATA, Md. WH-A motorboat Deeding over the windchopped wat- rs of the Potomac River yester- ay suddenly flipped over, throwing .even persons into the water five rowned Drowned were Kay Roundtree, 0 Washington; her nieces Qlenda t'afford, 18, and her 16-year-old ister Kay, River Springs, Md.; lussell Walling, Colonial Beach, a.; and Peyton C. Wodzell, War- enton, Va. Wodzell vas owner and perator of the boat. Both men cere In their 30s. Rescued by a Maryland Tidewat- r Fisheries Commission boat were Linda Knight, Washington, and Barbara Ann Russell, 18, K've Springs. They were treated at i hospital for shock and released Miss Roundtree was to. be mar led this week to a sailor station' d' at Bainbridge Naval Air Station, Md. ' ' ' The tragedy occurred off-Cobb Island. Md., in southern Maryland. All five bodies were recovered. The sheriff's office said the,boat was traveling so fast in the rough water'the bottom was ripped open "VALENTINES FOR DEBBIE . . ."-Five-year-old Debbie Sherouse is the featured attraction at a "Valentines for Debbie, , Dollars for Heart" appeal in Pensacola, Fla. Debbie successfully underwent a rare heart operation on Dec. 8, 1955. Apparently recovering nicely, she's shown at the Heart Fund show with Lynn Toney, comic and conductor of children's programs in Pensacola. Nora joArtist Is Going Blind SANTA PE, N. M. tm—A 13-year- old Navajo artist, David Chee, who is deaf and going blind, expects to leave for the Perkins School for the Blind at Watertown, Mass, tomor- )W Although the youngster can still see well enough to draw likenesses of his classmates, he is the victim ol a disease that eventually, clouds the eye to blindness. Marshall Hester, superintendent ac the New Mexico School for the Deaf here, says that people all over nation have read about the boy's plight in newspaper stories Clerk within thirty (30) days. Dated: 2/25/56. DAN BLODGETT, City Engineer. 2/27-3/5 Youth's Auto Bests Thief DALLAS, Tex. Wl — A 170-poun thiei tried to steal an auto yesbj day but 11-year-old David Sti Jr.'s miniature, lawnmowers en ginepowered car just didn't hav enough zip for a getaway. police got there hi time to co ner the thief as he chugged dow the sidewalk. The 29 by 65 inc cnr was returned to the youngste minus its hood — the thief ha pulled it' off to give Win room f< ijif feet. • The car was built by the. boy father and given him last Chris mas. and have contributed over $2,0 from 42 states. The boy must learn to "hear words by placing his hands on th lips- of the person who is speakin Hester said. Rabbit Likes Newspaper .MOLINE, 111. B. L. Blomberg complained that his paper, delivered by a carrier boy, was missing at the rate of two or three a week. The carrier was dependable, and neighbors said they hadn't seen it. One neighbor watched for several days before he saw a rabbit seize the rolled newspaper in its mouth anJ scuttled off. Neighbors and the Biomoerg» immd a neatly constructed rabbit's nest built from all the missing newspapers under a porch. SETTLED LAND DISPUTES The Mason-Dlxon line, stretching along the southern Pennsylvania and northern Maryland borders, was established to settle disputes over private land grants and not as a dividing line between th» North and the South. Asthma Formula Prescribed Most By Doctors-Available Now Without Prescription Stops Attacks in Minutes... Relief Lasts for Hours! HF SHOES THE POPE—Shoes for Pope Pius XII are made by Cobbler Domenico Cangiullo to his little shop near the Vatican m Home. Cangiullo, shown using a discarded rapai slipper « • model, inherited the privilege of shoeing the Pope from his former teacher, Giuseppe Caltefoglia. Catlefoglia was cobbler for thiee . Pontiffs in 50 years. A picture o£ the Pope hangs on the wall. Airliner Crash-Lands but All Passengers Escape Unhurt MOSCOW, Idaho (<P) persons aboard a West Coast Air JMaUi-a tauudi"-* «- ii 1 -"" -"• — ines DC3 escaped serious injury ast night as the plane crash-landed in the, midst of a snowstorm. The plane landed on a hill, about three miles northeast of the Moscow-Pullman Airport. The pilot, A. H. Whithead, and Dr. p. M. Loehr, a Moscow physiciian who was on ;he plane, walked to a nearby farm louse. Merrill Boyd, who lived at the house, went to the scene with his tractor and brought live women passengers to the road, where an ambulance picked them up. The passengers were taken to a Coscow hospital for a checkup. All but three were released and sent to a hotel for the night. One passenger, Donald Cissal Fifteen| Idaho Falls, said, '"The landing ,«t Air- was a bit bumpy but it wasn't bad. Neither of the wings dug in The ship came in on its belly" TWO SEASONS Indonesia, has no spring, summer, fall, or winter. The island republic knows only two seasons- wet and dry. The wet season is from November to March, while the dry is Horn June to October, with transitional periods in between. Jail Sleeper Goes to Jail LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AV-Por sleep- in? in one Jail, Coleman R. Lee, 52 was locked up in another jail. He was found snoozing in a third- fk'or cell of Louisville's new police building. Trouble was, that cell block hadn't been opened. Lee said he had slept there 24 times recently by taking a self- service elevator. He was charged with vagrancy. DROUGHT DRAMATIZATION • Wildlife refuges In the United States got their greatest impetus in the 1930s, when the drought dramatized the plight of waterfowl and 117 refuges were formed, ac cording to the Encyclopedia Britannica. Head Courier New« Classified Ads \6% Dairy Feed ...... J4.05 Bt«( Concentrate ..... *.6> Pig It Sow Concentrate 4.94 35% Hog Concestrate . 4.98 Pig Wormer ........... S.H Chick Starter ... ...... 5.01 Chick Grower .......... <•<' Egs-ela . ......... «' 3 * Ejti'fHwb :.......... 4.M rabbit Pellctt ..... .... 4.5* llnrse Feed ........... *•»* Shorn ........ ...... MS cwt owl cwt cwt cwt cwt ewt «** cwl cwt owt .cwl Farmers Soybean Corp. "Home of Sudden Service' Blytheville, Whitsitt's La Belle Shop Northeast Arkansas 7 Finest Collection of Better Children* Apparel Girls Sizes 3 to 6, 7 to 12 and Preteens. Infants 0 to 3. Boys 1 to 4. Mommy 'n me agree... we love pink sun-buds whirling on our sundresses. 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